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Bebe

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Bebe
ミズキ Mizuki
Bebe TCG art.png
Bebe art from the TCG
Gender Female
Hometown Hearthome City
Region Sinnoh
Generation IV
Games Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum

Bebe (Japanese: ミズキ Mizuki) is a computer technician who lives in Hearthome City in Sinnoh. She was introduced in Generation IV, an expert in computing, creating a Pokémon Storage System, succeeding Lanette's storage system.

In the games

Bebe's house in Hearthome City

Bebe was introduced in Generation IV as an expert computer technician living in Hearthome City in the Sinnoh region. It was she who developed Sinnoh's Pokémon Storage System based on the previous designs of Bill and Lanette. Her house, which is next to the Pokémon Center in Hearthome, is not quite as cluttered as Lanette's. Bebe is good friends with Hayley, who owns a ranch in which Pokémon can be stored, and they still keep in contact with each other.

After the player obtains the National Pokédex, she will give him or her a level 5 Eevee in Diamond and Pearl. This Eevee came from a good friend in Johto before being passed onto the player. In Pokémon Platinum, the Eevee is available right away without the need of the National Pokédex.

Pokémon

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

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Type:
Normal Unknown
Ability:
Run Away or Adaptability
Held item:
None
Eevee/ Lv.5
Tackle
Normal Physical
Tail Whip
Normal Status
Helping Hand
Normal Status
  --  
   

Pokémon Platinum

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Type:
Normal Unknown
Ability:
Run Away or Adaptability
Held item:
None
Eevee/ Lv.20
Tackle
Normal Physical
Helping Hand
Normal Status
Sand-Attack
Ground Status
Growl
Normal Status

Quotes

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

"Oh, you're a Trainer! That means you're using Pokémon Boxes! I love meeting end users! Oh, what's up? Why that astonished look? Oh, right, sorry! There I go running my mouth again! My name's Bebe! You know the PC Pokémon Boxes? I'm the system administrator!"
"My buddy Bill developed the basic storage system. I tinkered with it here and there to make it easier for me to use."
Post-National Pokédex
"Hiya! Been a long time! How's it going? Using the PC Boxes? Oh? Now lookie here, that's a National Pokédex I'm seeing. Good for you! You'll be using my Boxes like crazy if you're using that now. Well, I always thought a good Trainer ought to juggle Boxes smartly, though I shouldn't be the one to say so. Oh yeah, do you want a Pokémon named EEVEE?"
No: "Oh, OK... Guess I'll have to raise it myself."
"So, do you want that EEVEE that I've got?"
Yes: "Here you go! Now, you be good to it."
(If the player does not have room) "Here you go! Wait, I can't do that! You can't take any more Pokémon with you! Right about now, my Pokémon Boxes come in handy!"
"That EEVEE I gave you, I got it from a good mate in Johto. Who knows how many EEVEE he's raised over the years."

Pokémon Platinum

"Hiya! Oh, you're a Trainer! That means you're using Pokémon Boxes! I love meeting end users! Oh, what's up? Why that astonished look? Oh, right, sorry! There I go running my mouth again! My name's Bebe! You know the PC Pokémon Boxes? I'm the system administrator! I know this is out of the blue, but do you want a Pokémon named EEVEE?"
No: "Oh, OK... Guess I'll have to raise it myself."
"So, how about it? Do you want that Pokémon EEVEE?"
Yes: "Here you go! That EEVEE, I got it from a good friend in Johto who has a whole lot of them. Who knows how many EEVEE he's raised over the years. Sorry, that doesn't mean anything to you. Please, be good to it!"
(If the player does not have room) "Here you go! Wait, I can't do that! You can't take any more Pokémon with you! Right about now, my Pokémon Boxes come in handy!"
"My buddy Bill developed the basic Pokémon Box storage system. I tinkered with it here and there to make it easier to use."
Post-National Pokédex
"Oh? Now that's a National Pokédex I'm seeing. Good for you! You'll be using my Pokémon Boxes a whole lot more if you've got that. Well, I always thought a good Trainer ought to juggle Boxes smartly, though I shouldn't be the one to say so."

Appearance

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Overworld sprite from
Generation IV

In the manga

Bebe in Pokémon Adventures

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Bebe appears alongside Hayley momentarily in the Diamond & Pearl chapter, after Bebe's house was transported near Hayley's ranch. This was a result of Dialga and Palkia causing a distortion in space-time while they were fighting each other in the final moments of the chapter. She then later appeared in the Platinum chapter, introducing herself to Diamond and Pearl while helping Daisy Oak heal Platinum's Pokémon from the damage caused at the Spear Pillar.

Pokémon

Bebe's Glameow
Glameow
Bebe's Glameow was only seen running with its Trainer when Bebe's house was transported near Hayley's ranch.
Debut Double Trouble with Dialga and Palkia V

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Bebe or her Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Bebe
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Bebe's Search Su Mysterious Treasures Uncommon 109/123 Secret of the Lakes Uncommon  
Secret Wonders Uncommon 119/132 Unnumbered Promotional cards    
Rising Rivals Uncommon 89/111 Bonds to the End of Time Uncommon 081/090
Miscellaneous Promotional cards     Advent of Arceus Uncommon 089/090
 

Trivia

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ミズキ Mizuki From 水木 mizuki, dogwood.
English, Italian Bebe From BBCode.
French Amelle From Email.
German Lana From LAN.
Spanish Tecla From tecla, a keyboard push-button.
Korean 이수진 Lee Sujin* Similar to 이수재, Bill's Korean name.
Chinese (Mandarin) 水木 Shuǐmù From the Japanese name 水木 Mizuki.


Pokémon Storage System developers
BillLanetteBrigetteCelioBebeHayleyAmanitaCassius


Non-player characters in the core series games
Sinnoh Professor RowanProfessor OakJohannaBarryLucasDawnCynthiaLookerStat Trainers (CherylRileyMiraBuckMarley)
BebeTealaFelicityRoseanneEldritchWilmaJasmineJuliaPokémon Fan Club ChairmanDr. FootstepMr. GoodsMr. Fuego
Massage GirlScarf GuyKetch AppyTeam GalacticGym guideGym LeadersElite FourFrontier BrainsName RaterStats judge

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